Investigation of Two-Wire Power Line for Efficient Propagation of THz Waves for Future 6G Communication Systems


  • Arslan Sohoo Quaid-e-Awam University of Engineering, Science, and Technology Larkano campus
  • Fauziahanim Che Seman Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia Parit Raja, Malaysia
  • Izhar Ahmed Sohu Begum Nusrat Bhutto Women University, Sukkur
  • Noor Ummi Hazirah Department of Physics and Chemistry, University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
  • Abdul Fattah Chandio Department of Electronic Engineering, QUEST Main Campus Nawabshah



THz, Waveguide, Solid core wires, 6G


The hunger for high speed data transmission and wide bandwidth has led to exploration of the terahertz (THz) frequency bands. Designing an efficient waveguide that propagates the THz waves with minimum loss at such high frequencies is quite challenging. In this paper, commercially available two solid core wires are investigated for the efficient propagation of THz waves using higher order modes. The THz radiation propagates wirelessly through the dielectric space between two wires. The effect of different airgaps between the two wires is also analyzed to analyze its various propagation phenomenon. The simulation analysis is performed through CST Microwave Studio, and it is found that commercially available solid core two wire can be applied for efficient and reliable propagation of THz radiation for future generations to meet the needs of users and high-speed applications.




How to Cite

Sohoo, A., Seman, F. C., Sohu, I. A., Hazirah, N. U., & Chandio, A. F. (2023). Investigation of Two-Wire Power Line for Efficient Propagation of THz Waves for Future 6G Communication Systems. Journal of Applied Engineering & Technology (JAET), 7(1), 48–56.

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